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WF Series Frames


WF Series Frames




  • Frames shall be formed with a continuous integral groove in the active rabbet. A closed cell neoprene gasket shall be furnished for field installation in the frame groove after finish painting. Frames shall be manufactured of 14 or 16 gage steel per ASTM A 1008, 568 & 569. or A60 Galvannealed steel Per ASTM A924 & A653<\li>
  • Frames shall be knocked down for field assembly. Miters shall have a precision hairline joint when assembled. OPTION: Corners shall be arc-welded and ground smooth. Frames shall be provided with a steel bottom spreader.<\li>
  • Heads shall be reinforced for surface applied closers, holders or brackets as required.<\li>
  • Dual purpose hinge reinforcements shall be 3/16″ thick. It comes equipped with galvanneal back-up filler plate for standard weight hinges. Conversion from standard weight to heavy weight hinges is done by removing the filler plate. All reinforcements for hinges and strikes shall have steel-plaster guards.<\li>
  • Frames are available with appropriate anchors required to suit wall conditions. Frames shall have floor clips at the bottom of all jambs for attachment to finished floor.<\li>
  • Heads of frames over 4′-0″ wide to be prepared with a universal “knock-out” to accept flush bolt on inactive door leaf. OPTION: Heads of pair frames shall be prepared to receive mortised flush bolt strike as required.<\li>
  • Frames shall be prime painted by Pioneer’s exclusive “DURA-BOND” process, consisting of a wash, phosphate treatment, “flo-coat” painting and oven baking in compliance with ANSI A250.10-2004<\li>
  • 14 and 16 gage Frames to be furnished with UL or WHI Positive and Negative Pressure Rated listing mark (label) as required. Frames must be installed in accordance with NFPA 80 and per Pioneer’s Installation Instruction.<\li>
  • Frame construction complies with ANSI A 250.8-2003 ( SDI -100)<\li>
  • Hardware preparations and reinforcements comply with ANSI A250.6-2003. Locations are in accordance with ANSI/BHMA A156.115-2006<\li>

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